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– The music of Green Day will be substituted in for dialogue for the first few scenes of an upcoming episode of ‘CSI: NY.’ The Bay-area punk trio’s tunes ’Stop When the Red Lights Flash,’ ‘Amy,’ ‘Night Life,’ ‘The Forgotten’ and ‘Kill The DJ’ will be featured on the show. [Property of Zack]

– Paul Westerberg says possibly reuniting the Replacements for a tour “was never about making money” — and there’s plenty of money to be made, apparently — but admits he’s considering it nonetheless. “It’s possible,” says the singer. “I’m closer to it now than I was two years ago, let’s say that.” [RollingStone.com]

–  Toro Y Moi’s Chaz Bundick says he was “trying to make sincere pop music that’s not all processed and bubblegum,” and he will releases the results of this little experiment, a new album titled ‘Anything in Return,’ early next year. [Pitchfork]

– The always-great Com Truise remix the Twilight Sad — and probably a bunch of other bands — on ‘No One Can Ever Know – The Remixes,’ out Nov. 20. Check out their reworking of Twilight’s ‘Sick’ here: [Death + Taxes]

– Kris Roe, singer of the punk act the Ataris, had a bit of an onstage meltdown in Saturday in Asbury Park, N.J., at one point booting the band’s drummer offstage and attacking his drum kit. Drummer Rob Felicetti has since quit the band without comment, and Roe reportedly plans on continuing the Ataris’ tour on his own. [Spinner]

– The Rolling Stones have announced plans to release a new song, ‘Gloom and Doom,’ on Thursday — yes, in two days — as a promotional single ahead of their  ‘GRRR!’ greatest hits collection, which is out next month. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

– Tamaryn are currently streaming their supremely stellar and spectacularly blissed-out sophomore album, ‘Tender New Signs,’ ahead of its release next Tuesday (Oct. 16). Check it out below:

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